This reincarnation look comes from lots of inspiration searching for our living room. I am craving a cowhide rug and sectional, and on one of my many searches I came across this great living room!
Here is how to get this look at home…
I am so grateful to have the opportunity to write another Sunday Inspiration post. It has been awhile and I really have missed the time to reflect on some really amazing quotes (I have a whole stash on my desktop!). I think for a long time in my life I had a problem being brave. Being brave scared me because I didn’t know what would come of it, what would come of me speaking my mind, doing something I had never done before, or facing something extremely difficult or painful. I was afraid of being brave, I knew I was capable of being brave, I was just too afraid to try. I have realized this really isn’t any way to live! I want the ability to deal, fix, tackle any challenges that come my way and not shy away from fixing anything. Now that I have the ability to pray for braveness I no longer worry about what might come my way, I know that I can always ask for what I need and I will receive it. Everything we need we already have within us, and that is an extremely beautiful realization for me.
Anyone who knows me, knows that I am huge worrier. I never thought I would want an outdoor wedding because of all the anxiety surrounded around weather, but here I am having an all outdoor wedding in less than 9 months (uh yes I will start the countdown now!) We haven’t resolved to have a tent just yet, but it is always an option when dealing with an outdoor space, and some weddings the tent can really create a venue anywhere. Here are some of my favorite wedding inspiration photos of tented events.
If you’re considering a tent at your wedding, or really any event for that matter, check out this great guide for tented events by SouthernWedding.com
Cookbooks are the most beautiful thing, they really are! They are always full of the possibility of delicious meals, and great entertaining. I have a true addiction to cookbooks. Though the funny thing is, I have an extremely difficult time actually following a recipe exactly. I rarely look at measurements and just get the general gist of the idea, yes this is something I am working on, but I will always love to improvise in the kitchen! I recently got a great new cookbook called Against All Grain. I mainly purchased it because I am trying to cut dairy out of my diet and its a “pale” cookbook. No I’m not a paleo eater, but I do need to cut dairy out of my diet so this was a perfect way to start!
These are two of our favorite recipes we tried, Roasted Tomatoes and Shrimp and Sausage and Peppers Arrabbiata (which is a crockpot recipe! yay!) There are plenty of crockpot recipes (we all know as a working gal I am addicted to my crockpot) and quick prep recipes for great weeknight meals!
Check out Danielle Walker’s website for all her new cookbooks, recipes, and great blog!
Weddings are an incredibly fun and joyous occasion, no one can deny that! I think the best way for guests to have a good time at an event is to get them involved and there isn’t a better way to get people interacting that games. No not cheesy coordinated games, but casual fun and self starting games. Here are some of my favorite wedding game inspirations to keep your guests entertained for hours!